The World's First Ski-in/Ski-out Treehouses Have Arrived

They opened just in time for, uh, mountain-biking season?

By Reuben Brody

 
The World's First Ski-in/Ski-out Treehouses Have Arrived
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20 July 2017

Somewhere inside of your cynical, weather, aging soul lies a young child who would love nothing more than to build a treehouse and stage an epic snowball fight.

And we know just the place to do both of those thing.

Three ski-in, ski-out treehouse chalets just opened at Whitefish Ski Resort in Montana. According to the Telegraph, they're the first of their kind — anywhere. And come ski season, you’ll want to book there, because Whitefish gets dumped on like few others.

In the meantime, you can pop in for some killer hiking or mountain biking: the chalets are just a few pedal strokes from the entrance to 30 miles of trails . They're also 30 minutes from Glacier National Park.

treehouse ski resort (6 images)

The homes include hot tubs, fireplaces — the works. They also have access to a concierge that’ll book restaurants, private chefs and massages, which can be beamed up to you in the case you refuse to come down.

And girls are most definitely allowed.

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